Maple Mountain High Welding National Champions

By Lana Hiskey.
Tosh Davis, Tyler Christmas, Ben Warnick, and adviser Jared Massic.
Maple Mountain High School students Tosh Davis, Ben Warnick, and Tyler Christmas won first place at nationals at the SkillsUSA Welding Fabrication competition in Louisville, Kentucky.  Jared Massic is the welding adviser to these National Champions.
With 37 state champion teams competing, the team was up against some very challenging competition. Lorraine Davis said, “Thank you to Jared Massic, their amazing instructor, and Nebo School District for supporting these stellar CTE programs and for supporting SkillsUSA! We are very proud of these boys!” Shauna Warnick added, “We parents are so grateful for Jared Massic.  He is a stellar man of character and great talent in teaching youth.  Our sons have become better men because of his gifted mentoring.”
This is the 53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference. More than 16,000 people – including students, teachers, and business partners – attended the week-long event. More than 6,000 outstanding career and technical education students – all State winners – competed in hands-on competitions in 100 different trade, technical, and leadership fields. Students work against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in various occupations.
Congratulations to this exceptional team and program.

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